Episode 11: Dr. Bridget Groat on Alaska Native history and food sovereignty

Episode 11: Alaska Native history and food sovereignty with Dr. Bridget Groat

Dr. Bridget Groat is currently an assistant professor in the Native American and Indigenous Studies and history departments at Fort Lewis College. She is originally from Naknek, Alaska, which is a village located in the Bristol Bay region. She is Inupiaq, Alutiiq, Yup’ik, and Dena’ina. Her research focuses on salmon, Alaska Natives, food sovereignty, land and water, environmental history, Indigenous women, and Indigenous people.

Resources and ways to support:
United Tribes of Bristol Bay – www.utbb.com
Patagonia – www.patagonia.com
Trout Unlimited – www.tu.org

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